ALLENTOWN, Pa. - You might want your kids to leave the room for this one, because Stacey Redfield is mixing fruits and vegetables into something that taste too good to be good for you!
We are talking about smoothies, and they seem to be all the rage lately, but is throwing your favorite fruits and vegetables into a blender giving your body all of the nutrition that it needs?
Fitness and nutrition expert Stacey Redfield joined WFMZ's Eve Tannery in our kitchen to show us how to whip up the perfect "Sunrise Smoothie!"
¾ coconut water
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
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